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PhaidonEllsworth Kelly Hardcover Book

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Editors' Notes

It may have taken the rest of the art world some time to come around to Mr Ellsworth Kelly's bold palette and hard-edged abstract works - “I had my first show at Betty Parsons in '56,” he once recalled, “People didn’t really come to the show much. I felt embarrassed, I had to apologise for using bright colours!" - but this this expertly curated Phaidon monograph makes the artist's appeal immediately clear. Compiled by Ms Tricia Paik in close collaboration with the influential artist himself, this hardcover book is packed with 400 illustrations and scholarly essays recounting his oeuvre from the '40s to final projects before his death in 2015.

Size & Fit

  • This item's measurements are:
  • Height: 31cm
  • Width: 24cm

Details & Care

  • 368-page hardcover book
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Phaidon Press
  • ISBN: 9780714876429
  • Imported

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Editors' Notes

It may have taken the rest of the art world some time to come around to Mr Ellsworth Kelly's bold palette and hard-edged abstract works - “I had my first show at Betty Parsons in '56,” he once recalled, “People didn’t really come to the show much. I felt embarrassed, I had to apologise for using bright colours!" - but this this expertly curated Phaidon monograph makes the artist's appeal immediately clear. Compiled by Ms Tricia Paik in close collaboration with the influential artist himself, this hardcover book is packed with 400 illustrations and scholarly essays recounting his oeuvre from the '40s to final projects before his death in 2015.

Size & Fit

  • This item's measurements are:
  • Height: 31cm
  • Width: 24cm

Details & Care

  • 368-page hardcover book
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Phaidon Press
  • ISBN: 9780714876429
  • Imported

Delivery & Free Returns

Ground shipping anywhere in the US is free


Please try items in the comfort of your own home. If you don't like them, or they don't fit, we'll happily collect them from your home or office for free.

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1078975

Editors' Notes

It may have taken the rest of the art world some time to come around to Mr Ellsworth Kelly's bold palette and hard-edged abstract works - “I had my first show at Betty Parsons in '56,” he once recalled, “People didn’t really come to the show much. I felt embarrassed, I had to apologise for using bright colours!" - but this this expertly curated Phaidon monograph makes the artist's appeal immediately clear. Compiled by Ms Tricia Paik in close collaboration with the influential artist himself, this hardcover book is packed with 400 illustrations and scholarly essays recounting his oeuvre from the '40s to final projects before his death in 2015.

Size & Fit

  • This item's measurements are:
  • Height: 31cm
  • Width: 24cm

Details & Care

  • 368-page hardcover book
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Phaidon Press
  • ISBN: 9780714876429
  • Imported

Delivery & Free Returns

Ground shipping anywhere in the US is free


Please try items in the comfort of your own home. If you don't like them, or they don't fit, we'll happily collect them from your home or office for free.